Trading drops prices rise on TTSE

Market activity dived Thursday after 84 percent fewer shares traded with an 81 percent fall in the value compared to Wednesday and resulted in more stocks rising than falling at the close of the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange.
Fourteen securities traded down from 22 on Wednesday, with five rising, three declining and six remaining unchanged.
The Composite Index slipped 1.13 points to 1,422.97, the All T&T Index shed 0.59 points to settle at 1,936.78 and the Cross-Listed Index lost 0.24 points to end at 122.37.
Overall, 86,732 shares traded for $2,133,738 compared to 557,432 units at $10,945,052 on Wednesday. Massy Holdings traded 10,618 shares for $902,530, followed by Clico Investment Fund, with 24,843 shares valued $656,429 and Scotiabank 2,854 shares for $175,928.
Trading averaged 6,195 shares at $152,379 compared to 25,338 at $497,502 on Wednesday and month to date an average of 30,503 units at $273,449 versus 31,832 units at $280,070. The average trade for September amounts to 36,606 units at $425,940.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows five stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers.
In trading, Agostini’s popped 50 cents to  $24.50 in trading 2,400 shares, Clico Investment Fund remained at $26.79, with 24,843 stocks changing hands, First Citizen  Group popped 5 cents to end at $50.70 after 100 units crossed the market. GraceKennedy closed at $6.30 with an exchange of 10,000 stock units, JMMB Group rallied 1 cent to $2.25 in trading 11,000 stock units, Massy Holding ended unchanged at $85 after exchanging 10,618 shares. National Enterprises traded 590 stocks at $3.25, National Flour rose 6 cents to $2 with the swapping of 10,000 units, NCB Financial Group rose 5 cents to $8.15 in an exchange of 5,987 units. Point Lisas remained at $3 with 1,025 shares changing hands, Republic Financial Holdings remained at $135.73 after 1,067 stock units passed through the exchange, Scotiabank dropped 90 cents to $61.10 in switching ownership of 2,854 stocks. Trinidad Cement shed 30 cents in ending at $4.20 after exchanging 6,148 units and West Indian Tobacco slipped 1 cent to $30.60 after exchanging 100 shares.

Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Moderate slippage for JSE Main Market

Market activity ended on Wednesday with the volume of shares trading surging 122 percent higher than on Tuesday with a moderate increase in value at the close of the Jamaica Stock Exchange Main Market as rising stocks equalled those declining.
The All Jamaican Composite Index slipped 128.09 points to443,762.67, the JSE Main Index fell 269.20 points to 402,403.83 and the JSE Financial Index lost 0.16 points to end at 96.93.
Similar to Tuesday, 53 securities traded, with 20 stocks each rising and declining and 13 ending unchanged. The PE Ratio, a measure used in computing appropriate stock values, averages 15.8. The PE ratio of each stock, shown in the chart below, is based on earnings forecasted by ICInsider.com for companies whose financial year ends up to April 2022.
Trading garnered 10,819,493 shares for $58,904,046 versus 4,884,545 units at $52,813,077 on Tuesday. An average of 204,141 shares traded for  $1,111,397, compared to 92,161 shares at $996,473 on Tuesday and month to date, an average of 237,543 units at $2,726,463, compared to 240,412 units at $2,865,196 on Tuesday. September closed with an average of 335,669 units at $7,507,404.
Sagicor Select Financial Fund led trading with 26 percent of total volume in exchanging 2.82 million shares followed by Wigton Windfarm with 19.7 percent for 2.13 million units, Ciboney Group controlled 9.8 percent with 1.06 million units and Transjamaican Highway 9.4 percent after 1.01 million units changed hands.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows 11 stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers.
At the close, Barita Investments fell 49 cents to close at $94.99 with the swapping of 15,274 stocks, Eppley declined $2.01 to $35 in transferring 700 stock units. Eppley Caribbean Property Fund popped $5.33 to $42 in trading 300 units, Guardian Holdings spiked $15 to $540 after 2,060 stocks crossed the market, Jamaica Broilers shed 95 cents to close at $30 in switching ownership of 119,277 stock units. JMMB Group rallied 40 cents to $38 in trading 422,371 units, Kingston Wharves fell $1.65 to $43.35 with 42,459 shares clearing the market, NCB Financial gained 30 cents to $125.80 with 14,205 shares changing hands. 138 Student Living dipped 53 cents in closing at $4.55 in exchanging 68 shares, PanJam Investment fell 75 cents to $62.50 in trading 15,462 units, Portland JSX rose $1.26 to $10.20 with the swapping of 10,141 stock units, Scotia Group advanced $2.48 to $35.50 in transferring 37,120 stocks. Stanley Motta lost 39 cents in closing at $5.31 with an exchange of 62,150 stock units, Sygnus Credit Investments gained 48 cents to close at $18.48 in switching ownership of 132,157 shares and Sygnus Real Estate Finance lost 40 cents ending at $18 with 821 units changing hands.
In the preference segmentEppley 7.50% preference share rose 50 cents to close at $7.50 with a transfer of 87 shares.

Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Slower JSE USD Market trading – Wednesday

On Wednesday, trading slowed sharply on the JSE US dollar market with the volume and value of shares exchanged declined by 88 percent and 58 percent, respectively, from Tuesday’s trading levels and ended stocks falling stocks just edging out those rising.
Five securities changed hands comedown from nine on Tuesday with prices of two stocks rising and three declining.
The JSE US Denominated Equities Index lost 0.47 points to end at 189.58. The PE Ratio, a measure that computes appropriate stock values, averages 11.4. The PE ratio of each stock is based on earnings forecasted by ICInsider.com for companies with their financial year ending up to July 2022.
Overall, 181,322 shares traded, for US$34,276 down from 1,547,372 units at US$81,033 on Tuesday. Trading averaged 36,264 units at US$6,855, down from 171,930 shares at US$9,004 on Tuesday and the month to date averages 64,425 at US$5,508 versus 66,254 units at US$5,420 on Tuesday. September ended with an average of 853,681 units for US$132,197.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows no stock ending with a bid higher than the last selling price and two with lower offers.
In trading, First Rock Capital USD fell 0.35 of a cent to end at 6.65 US cents with 8,230 shares passing through the market, Proven Investments lost 0.01 of a cent to settle at 23.1 US cents with 81,610 units traded, Sygnus Credit Investments USD share dipped 2 cents to 11 US cents with a transfer of 85,021 stock units and Transjamaican Highway rose 0.14 of a cent to finish at 0.95 US cents with 944 stocks crossing the exchange.
In the preference segmentJMMB Group 6% inched one cent up to close at US$1.05 with 5,517 shares changing hands.

Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

 

Fractional pull back for Juniors

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On Wednesday, trading volume and value differed moderately from Tuesday, leading the Jamaica Stock Exchange Junior Market into a mild fall after 38 securities changed hands compared to 37 on Tuesday and ending with 13 rising, 18 declining and seven, closing unchanged.

At the close, the Junior Market Index slipped 10.08 points to settle at 3,279.34, after opening at 3,343.21. The PE Ratio, a measure used to compute appropriate stock values averages 13. The PE ratio of each stock is shown in the chart below, is based on earnings forecasted by ICInsider.com for companies whose financial year ends up to July 2022.
Trading garnered 6,124,546 shares for $19,675,741 compared to 5,877,002 units at $21,013,738 on Tuesday .Limners and Bards led trading with 3.05 million shares for 49.8 percent of total volume, followed by Lumber Depot 690,002 units with 11.3 percent of the day’s trade and Mailpac Group with 553,692 units for 9 percent market share. There was an average of 161,172 units at $517,783 in contrast to an average of 158,838 at $567,939 on Tuesday. The average or the month to date amounts to 84,959,068 units at $296,570,085 in contrast to 182,066 units at $639,479.
Trading averaged 161,172 shares at $517,783 in contrast to 158,838 shares at $567,939 on Tuesday. Trading month to date, averages 180,380 units at $629,660, compared to 182,066 units at $639,479 on Tuesday. September closed with an average of 207,032 units at $668,264.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows five stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and two with lower offers.
In trading, Access Financial declined $1.25 to $17.25 after exchanging 12,651 shares, AMG Packaging fell 18 cents to $1.75 while trading 358,000 stocks, as investors reacted to the release of full year results of 12 cents per share, up from 11 cents in 2020. Blue Power rose 26 cents to $3.31 after 69,451 units crossed the market, Cargo Handlers popped 20 cents to close at $8 in switching ownership of 672 stock units, Caribbean Assurance Brokers lost 8 cents and ended at $1.65 in an exchange of 32,751 units, Caribbean Cream shed 65 cents to end at $5.55, with 24,294 stocks clearing the market. Consolidated Bakeries dropped 12 cents at $1.61 while trading 2,000 shares, Dolphin Cove shed $2.05 to $8.20 after exchanging 5,000 stock units, Elite Diagnostic fell 12 cents in closing at $2.98 with 217,117 shares changing hands. Everything Fresh increased 8 cents to close at 96 cents after 1,206 stock units changed hands, Express Catering lost 13 cents to close at $4.77 trading 59,791 stocks, Fontana gained 9 cents to end at $6.45 with the swapping of 64,340 units. Fosrich climbed 10 cents to $8.20 in exchanging 950 units, Honey Bun fell 10 cents in closing at $8.60, with 620 shares crossing the market, Jamaican Teas rallied 8 cents to $4.38 with an exchange of 119,546 stocks. Lasco Distributors spiked 15 cents to end at $3.75 in trading 46,113 stock units, Lasco Financial declined 14 cents to close at $3.09, with 32,429 stocks changing hands, Main Event dropped 15 cents to $4.14 after exchanging 1,240 stock units. Stationery and Office Supplies shed 50 cents ending at $6 in trading 1,600 shares and tTech advanced 42 cents in closing at $4.67 after 3,090 units crossed the exchange.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Trading jumps sharply on TTSE

Trading jumped sharply on Wednesday, helped by a rise in the number of securities changing hands and a 621 percent surge in the number of shares traded, with the value jumping 144 percent over Tuesday, at the close of Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange. 

Republic Holdings controlled the largest block of funds in trading on Wednesday.

At the close, 22 securities traded compared to 20 on Tuesday, with six rising, seven declining and nine ending unchanged. The Composite Index shed 8.19 points to 1,424.10 the All T&T Index lost 1.82 points to close at 1,937.37 and the Cross-Listed Index fell 2.10 points to settle at 122.61.
A total of 557,432 shares traded, for $10,945,052 compared to 77,295 units at $3,432,431 on Tuesday. The leading trades were, Republic Financial with 26,285 units valued at $3.568 million, First Citzens Group Financial 50,857 shares for $2.576 million, Massy holding 23,252 shares valued $1.95 million and Scotiabank 16,803 shares for 1.04 million.
An average of 25,338 units traded at $497,502 compared to 3,865 at $171,622 on Tuesday, with trading month to date averaging 31,832 units at $280,070 versus 32,443 units at $259,628. The average trade for September amounts to 36,606 units at $425,940.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows two stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and two stocks with lower offers.
In trading, Agostini’s shed 25 cents to $24 after exchanging 6,339 shares, Angostura Holdings rallied $1.43 to close at $17.08 in trading 100 units, Ansa McAl popped 3 cents to $57.13, after 42 stocks crossing the exchange. Calypso Macro Investment Fund gained 50 cents in closing at $17.50 with 280 stock units changing hands, Clico Investment Fund remained at $26.79 in exchanging 35 stocks, First Citizens Group dropped 10 cents in closing at $50.65, with 50,867 stock units crossing the market. FirstCaribbean International Bank lost 39 cents to end at $6.11 in switching ownership of 3,000 shares, GraceKennedy closed at $6.30 with an exchange of 3,870 units, Guardian Holdings traded 223 units at $32 trading. Guardian Media increased 5 cents to $3.21, with 9,591 shares changing hands, JMMB Group remained at $2.24 after finishing trading of 352,700 stocks, L.J. Williams B share remained at $1.34 after exchanging 4,680 stock units. Massy Holdings advanced $1 to $85 with the swapping of 23,252 shares, National Flour Mills remained at $1.94 in an exchange of 220 stock units, NCB Financial Group declined 5 cents to $8.10 while exchanging 914 units. One Caribbean Media climbed 11 cents to close at $4.86, with 202 stocks clearing the market, Republic Financi l Holdings fell 3 cents to $135.73 after 26,285 units changed hands, Scotiabank remained at $62, with 16,803 stocks clearing the market. Trinidad & Tobago NGL traded 35,012 shares at $18.50, Trinidad Cement remained at $4.50 after exchanging 22,012 stock units, Unilever Caribbean shed 5 cents at $16.35 in trading 230 stocks and West Indian Tobacco lost 14 cents to close at $30.61, after 775 stock units crossed the market.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

JSE US$ market loses ground on Tuesday

Trading picked up on the JSE US Dollar market on Tuesday as the volume of shares traded rose by 35 percent from Friday after a sharp rise in monies passing through the market, as investors exchanged 94 percent more funds than Friday, but the market activity resulted in declining stocks just outnumbering rising ones.
Nine securities traded, compared to seven on Friday, with prices of three rising, four declining and two ending unchanged.
The US Denominated Equities Index fell 5.43 points to end at 190.05.
The PE Ratio, a measure that is used to compute appropriate stock values, averages 11.4. The PE ratio of each stock is based on earnings forecasted by ICInsider.com for companies with their financial year ending up to July 2022.
Overall, 1,547,372 shares traded for US$81,033 compared to 1,143,039 units at US$41,711 on Friday. Trading averaged 171,930 units at US$9,004 compared to 163,291 shares at US$5,959 on Friday and the month to date averages 66,254 at US$5,420 versus 52,267 units at US$4,946 on Friday. September ended with an average of 853,681 units for US$132,197.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows one stock ended with the bid higher than the last selling price and two with lower offers.
At the close, First Rock Capital US share rose 0.35 of a cent to end at 7 US cents with investors switching ownership of 5,500 shares, Margaritaville fell half a cent to 9 US cents with 595,866 units traded, MPC Caribbean Clean Energy ended at US$1 with 38 stocks changing hands. Proven Investments dropped 1.6 cents to end at 23.11 US cents with 67,914 stock units passing through the market, Sygnus Credit Investments USD share shed 0.45 of a cent to settle at 13.45 US cents with a transfer of 25,100 shares, Sygnus Real Estate Finance USD share advanced 0.5 of a cent to 14.5 US cents with 1 unit traded and Transjamaican Highway declined by 0.16 of a cent to close at 0.81 of a US cent, with 852,781 stock unit crossing the exchange.
In the preference segmentJMMB Group 5.75% gained 22.5 cents to finish at US$1.725 with investors switching ownership of 14 stocks and JMMB Group 6% finished at US$1.04 with 158 shares changing hands.

Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Pull back in JSE Main Market

After closing on Monday for the public holiday, market activity resumed on Tuesday and ended with a sharp fall in the volume and value of shares trading as 76 percent fewer shares changed hands valued 65 percent less than on Friday, on the Jamaica Stock Exchange Main Market and leading to rising stocks exceeded those declining but with the market indices falling at the close.
A total of 4,884,545 shares traded for $52,813,077 down from 20,479,394 units at $151,854,299 on Friday. Transjamaican Highway led trading with 26.3 percent of total volume for an exchange of 1.28 million shares, followed by Ciboney Group with 20 percent after 979,186 units changed hands and Wigton Windfarm 12.7 percent after trading 620,768 units.
Trading averages 92,161 units at $996,473, versus 401,557 shares at $2,977,535 on Friday and month to date, an average of 240,412 units at $2,865,196, compared to 254,343 units at $3,040,805 on Friday. September closed with an average of 335,669 units at $7,507,404.
The All Jamaican Composite Index fell 1,959.88 points to 443,890.76, the JSE Main Index shed 1,325.80 points to 402,673.03 and the JSE Financial Index fell 0.94 points to settle at 97.09.
Trading ended with 53 securities compared to 51 on Friday, with 21 stocks rising, 12 declining and 20 ending unchanged. The PE Ratio, a measure used in computing appropriate stock values, averages 15.5. The PE ratio of each stock, shown in the chart below, is based on earnings forecasted by ICInsider.com for companies whose financial year ends up to July 2022.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows 15 stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices and five with lower offers.
At the close, Barita Investments spiked 50 cents in closing at $95.48 with an exchange of 33,360 shares, Berger Paints rallied 80 cents to $14.90 in trading 1,826 units, Caribbean Cement gained 39 cents to $118.39, with 11,972 stocks changing hands. Eppley Caribbean Property Fund lost 33 cents to close at $36.67 in switching ownership of 300 stock units, First Rock Capital dipped 25 cents to end at $12.40 in exchanging 16,070 units, GraceKennedy popped 60 cents to close at $99.84 in transferring 218,685 shares. Guardian Holdings dropped $25 to a 52 weeks’ low of $525 after exchanging 5,870 units, Jamaica Broilers rose 95 cents in ending at $30.95 after trading 3,148 stocks, JMMB Group fell 60 cents in closing at $37.60 with the swapping of 30,273 stock units. Kingston Wharves advanced $1.65 to end at $45 with 2,489 stocks changing hands, Margaritaville rose 70 cents in closing at $14.70 with an exchange of 251 shares, Mayberry Investments gained 48 cents to end at $5.99 with 21,664 units crossing the market. Mayberry Jamaican Equities rose 49 cents to $8.99 in an exchange of 950 stock units, NCB Financial declined $2.50 to close at $125.50 with 13,910 units clearing the market, Portland JSX gained 49 cents in ending at $8.94 after 36 shares crossed the exchange. Sagicor Real Estate Fund popped 40 cents to end at $8.40 in switching ownership of 357 stocks, Scotia Group declined $3.63, ending at a 52 weeks’ low of $33.02 in trading 148,478 stocks, making it an interesting stock to watch and Seprod gained 55 cents to close at $63.80 in a transfer of 11,013 stock units.

Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Trading drops on junior Market

The number of securities trading rose sharply on Tuesday, but the volume of stocks traded declined 18 percent and the value fell 19 percent below Friday levels on the Jamaica Stock Exchange Junior Market and resulting in a fall in the market index.
Market activity led to 37 securities trading compared to 31 on Friday and ended with ten rising, 16 declining and 11 closing unchanged.
The Junior Market Index shed 35.98 points to 3,288.42. The PE Ratio, a measure used to compute appropriate stock values, averages 13.5. The PE ratio of each stock is shown in the chart below, is based on earnings forecasted by ICInsider.com for companies with their financial year ending up to July 2022.
Trading ended with 5,877,002 shares changing hands for $21,013,738 down from 7,139,761 units at $25,836,483 on Friday. Mailpac Group led trading with 4.38 million shares for 74.5 percent of total volume, followed by Future Energy Source with 490,153 units for 8.3 percent of the day’s trade and Limners and Bards 213,465 units with a 3.6 percent market share.
Trading averaged 158,838 shares at $567,939 in contrast to 230,315 shares at $833,435 on Friday. Trading month to date, averages 182,066 units at $639,479, compared to 184,236 units at $646,163 on Friday. September closed with an average of 207,032 units at $668,264.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows one stock ended with a bid higher than the last selling price and five with lower offers.
At the close, Blue Power shed 15 cents to end at $3.05, with 21,083 shares crossing the market, Cargo Handlers rallied 80 cents to $7.80 while exchanging 990 stock units, Caribbean Cream dipped 5 cents to $6.20 trading 1,750 units. Caribbean Flavours advanced 6 cents in closing at $1.95 after trading 3,131 stocks, Elite Diagnostic rose 10 cents to $3.10 with 10,500 stock units changing hands, Everything Fresh dropped 8 cents to 88 cents after exchanging 9,067 shares. Express Catering fell 5 cents to close at $4.90, with 6,500 units crossing the exchange, Fontana lost 32 cents to end at $6.36 in switching ownership of 44,245 stocks, Fosrich declined 10 cents to $8.10, with 15,806 units changing hands. Iron Rock Insurance spiked 49 cents to $3.79 with an exchange of 100 stock units, Jamaican Teas dropped 5 cents to close at $4.30 with the swapping of 80,017 stocks, Knutsford Express popped 60 cents to $8.10, trading 2,243 shares. Lasco Manufacturing lost 10 cents in closing at $4.50 in an exchange of 39,219 stock units, Limners and Bards fell 11 cents to $3.51, with 213,465 shares clearing the market, Lumber Depot climbed 8 cents to end at $2.91 after exchanging 177,643 units. Main Event increased 29 cents, ending to $4.29, with 7,478 stocks crossing the market, Medical Disposables shed 25 cents to close at $5 in switching ownership of 55,000 shares and Tropical Battery lost 9 cents to end at $1.26, with 10,000 units clearing the market.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

fewer stocks more dollars for TTSE

Trading ended Tuesday, with 17 percent fewer shares, but with 78 percent more value than on Monday, and resulted in more stocks falling than rising at the close of the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange Market.

Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange Head Quarters

Some 20 securities traded up from 12 on Monday, with six rising, ten falling and four left unchanged. The Composite Index rose 1.31 points to 1,432.29, the All T&T Index gained 1.72 points to close at 1,939.19 and the Cross-Listed Index added 0.12 points to settle at 124.71.
A total of 77,295 shares traded for $3,432,431 compared to 93,325 units at $1,933,314 on Monday. Trading averaged 3,865 units at $171,622 versus 7,777 shares at $161,109 on Monday, and month to date, an average of 32,443 units at $259,628 versus 35,114 shares at $267,853. The average trade for September ended at 36,606 units at $425,940.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows two stocks ended with higher bids than their last selling prices and one stock with a lower offer.
At the close, Agostini’s lost 25 cents to finish at $24.25 in trading 3,525 shares, Angostura Holdings fell $1.45 to $15.65, with 55 stock units crossing the exchange, Ansa McAl remained at $57.10, with 9,969 stocks changing hands. Ansa Merchant Bank remained unchanged at $41, with 4,000 units clearing the market, First Citizens Group increased 15 cents to $50.75 after trading 2,022 stock units, GraceKennedy rallied 4 cents to $6.30 after exchanging 150 stocks. Guardian Holdings declined 60 cents to $32 in exchanging 6,150 units, JMMB Group remained at $2.24 in an exchange of 7,087 shares, L.J. Williams B share dropped 16 cents to $1.34 in swapping 320 stock units. Massy Holdings popped $1 to $84 in exchanging 25,195 stocks, National Enterprises shed 5 cents in closing at $3.25 with an exchange of 2,510 shares, National Flour Mills fell 11 cents to $1.94, after exchanging 952 units. NCB Financial Group remained at $8.15 in trading 250 units, One Caribbean Media dipped 11 cents to $4.75 with the swapping of 7,600 stock units, Prestige Holdings declined 34 cents to close at $7.01, with 80 stocks changing hands. Republic Financial Holdings gained 6 cents to $135.76 after trading 530 shares, Scotiabank popped 50 cents to $62 in switching ownership of 1,650 stocks, Trinidad & Tobago NGL shed 30 cents at $18.50 with the swapping of 150 shares. Trinidad Cement spiked 40 cents to close at a 52 weeks’ high of $4.50, trading 3,500 stock units and West Indian Tobacco lost 16 cents to end at $30.75 after exchanging 1,600 units.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.

Trading plunges for Trinidad stocks

First Citizens Bank now trades under First Citizens Group Financial Holdings.

Market activity plunged, with 78 percent fewer shares trading, with a 57 percent fall in value on Monday compared to Friday, resulting in 12 securities trading versus 19 on Friday, with three each rising and declining and six remaining unchanged at the close of the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange.
The Composite Index rose 0.93 points to 1,430.98, the All T&T Index fell 0.21 points to close at 1,937.47 and the Cross-Listed Index popped 0.30 points to settle at 124.59.
A total of 93,325 shares traded, for $1,933,314 compared to 422,453 units at $4,536,729 on Friday. An average of 7,777 units traded at $161,109 compared to 22,234 at $238,775 on Friday, with trading month to date averaging 35,114 units at $267,853 versus 36,738 units at $274,194. The average trade for September amounts to 36,606 units at $425,940.
Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator shows six stocks ended with bids higher than their last selling prices and four stocks with lower offers.
At the close, Ansa McAl dropped 60 cents in closing at $57.10 in trading 540 shares, Clico Investment Fund climbed 29 cents to $26.79, with 11,899 stocks crossing the exchange, Endeavour Holdings ended at $7.05 with the swapping of 1,000 units. First Citizens Group replaces First Citizens Bank following restructuring the companies within its ranks under a new holding company and traded 1,580 units under the new name for the first time at $50.60. Guardian Holdings remained at $32.60, with an exchange of  23,290 stock units, Massy Holdings increased 25 cents to $83 in trading 705 stocks, NCB Financial Group traded 23,915 shares at $8.15, Scotiabank declined 50 cents to close at $61.50 with an exchange of 4,261 stock units, Trinidad & Tobago NGL popped $1.22 to $18.80 trading 10,000 stocks. Trinidad Cement remained at $4.10 after exchanging 11,835 stock units, Unilever Caribbean closed at $16.40, with 4,000 units changing hands and West Indian Tobacco shed 2 cents to close at $30.91 in exchanging 300 shares.
Prices of securities trading are those for the last transaction of each stock unless otherwise stated.